Unconf recap 1

June 5, 2017

(This article was first published on rOpenSci Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Following up on Stefanie's recap of unconf 17, we are following up this entire week with summaries of projects developed at the event. We plan to highlight 4-5 projects each day, with detailed posts from a handful of teams to follow.


Summary: skimr, a package inspired by Hadley Wickham's precis package, aims to provide summary statistics iteratively and interactively as part of a pipeline. The package provides easily skimmable summary statistics to help you better understand your data and see what is missing.

Amelia McNamara, Eduardo Arino de la Rubia, Hao Zhu, Julia Lowndes, Shannon Ellis, Elin Waring, Michael Quinn, Hope McLeod

Github: https://github.com/ropenscilabs/skimr


Summary: emldown is a package for creating a helpful website based on EML metadata. Ecological Metadata Language (EML) is a metadata specification developed by the ecology discipline and for the ecology discipline. EML is implemented as a series of XML document types that can by used in a modular and extensible manner to document ecological data.

Team: Maëlle Salmon, Kara Woo, Andrew McDonald, Carl Boettiger

Github: https://github.com/ropenscilabs/emldown


Summary: testrmd provides facilities to enable testing of and reporting on tested R Markdown chunks. When running R Markdown documents as part of a workflow where the data are likely to change with each render, testrmd ensures that each chunk will alert the reader to any problems that may arise as a result of such subtle changes in data.


Team: Mara Averick, Christopher Tull, Joe Cheng, Robert Flight

Github: https://github.com/ropenscilabs/testrmd


Summary: The webrockets package implements a basic websocket listener in R. The implementation draws heavily on @hrbmstr's wrapper of easywsclient in https://github.com/ropenscilabs/decapitated.


Miles McBain, Alicia Schep, Carl Ganz, Bob Rudis, Henrik Bengtsson, Joe Cheng

Github: https://github.com/ropenscilabs/webrockets

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